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I played my MDP-1030 and the battery ran down. I hooked it up to recharge. the Recharging Light came on and I assumed that it is recharging. The owner's guide says it should take about 4.5 hours to charge up and not to disconnect of shut off until the Charging Light goes off. It has now been over 5 hours and the Charging Light is still on. Can it be overcharged and ruined? Is there reason to be concerned? What do you suggest that I do? Thank you! John: jlulmen@sbcglobal.net

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Hi you can disconnect it but dont shut off.you can check the charger,,,,,,if you keep for long it can be ruined........so check it first

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Mintek MDP-1030 DVD Player Description:Mintek is one the largest suppliers of DVD players in the global marketplace today. Mintek has taken the next natural step in the evolution of the company's product line combining leading DVD technology with state-of-the-art LCD technology.PRODUCT FEATURES:
Versatile playback formats;
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